Inovus Medical to develop mixed reality laparoscopic simulator with backing from NHS England and SBR

Inovus are delighted to announce that they have been awarded a share of the £1.2 million SBRI Healthcare product development contract that was announced earlier this month. The most recent SBRI funding, an initiative backed by NHS England, focused on the development of new technologies to improve pre-operative surgical simulation. Inovus will be using the funding to develop the world’s first, affordable, mixed reality (MR) surgical training platform. Focusing initially on laparoscopic simulation, Inovus will be developing an augmented reality system to be used with their Pyxus range of laparoscopic simulators. The AR system will combine Inovus’ synthetic soft tissue models with a highly real

EIT Health back Inovus with €50,000 investment to aid launch of new surgical simulator

EIT Health, part of the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT), has announced Inovus as one of 10 winners of the 2018 Headstart Awards. The announcement came at the International Business Festival (IBF) following a gruelling selection process that started in April and culminated in 20 companies pitching for a share of €500,000. The Headstart funding is aimed at products that are in the later stages of development with a view to help accelerate their delivery to market. Inovus faced stiff competition but in the end their innovative, affordable, turnkey hysteroscopy simulator was the perfect fit for the competition and saw Inovus walk away with €50,000 to help commercialise the

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